Day Twelve: Winner winner, chicken dinner.
"any combination of skeletal striated muscle or that muscle found in tongue, diaphragm, heart, esophagus with or without the accompanying and overlying fat and the portions of the skin, senew, nerve, and blood vessels which normall accompany the muscle derived from part of whole carcasses. It also must be suitable for use in animal foods. This excludes feathers, heads, feet and entrails."On the other hand, meat by-products are defined as
"non-rendered, clean parts of the carcass which may contain lungs, spleen, kidneys, brain, liver, blood, bone, heads, feet(of poultry), partially defatted fatty tissues, stomach and intestines emptied of their contents. It does not include hair, horns, teeth or hooves."The article then claims that the amount of non-digestible material found in a particular food depends on the manufacturer. The ash content is a good way to determine digestibility; a high ash content means the food is not as easily digested.
disco ball, heart, flower, biohazard, smiley face, number one ribbon, cupcake, sheriff's badge, dice, and you can even make yours custom, so there’s a Rear Gear for everyone.
REAR GEAR IS A NOVELTY PRODUCT NOT INTENDED FOR EVERYDAY USEThey're hand made in the good ol' United States of America.
|Photo from Michiana Feral Cat Initiative's Facebook Page|
|Screenshot taken from eRubbermaid.com. Click for full-size view.|
|Photo from ABC Clinic of Pet Refuge's Facebook Page. Their 100th surgery was a feral!|
|Photo from EO|
|Adopt Nikki from Best Friends Animal Society|
|Adopt Hope from Independant Cat Society|
|Adopt Lacey from Pet Refuge|